Apartments for rent in Meadows are located in the center of West Jordan near the airport and the junction with Highway 154. As a suburb about 10 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, the area enjoys easy access to the all of the cities in the Greater Salt Lake region. The combination of local shops and parks coupled with its proximity to Salt Lake City make Jordan Meadows an ideal place to live.
Jordan Meadows is home to Constitution Park, Camelot Park and Jordan Meadows Park, among other beautiful green spaces. The nearby Jordan River Trail is also an ideal setting for hiking. West Jordan celebrates several local events each year, including an Independence Day Festival and Western Stampede Rodeo. The local Arts Council in conjunction with the West Jordan Historical Museum also showcases the rich history of the area with a diverse offering of cultural events and programs throughout the year.
And of course, with West Jordan just under 20 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, there are many options for more cultural and sporting events such as the Utah Symphony and the Utah Jazz.
The Jordan School District serves the residents of Jordan Meadows apartment rentals. Jordan Meadows residents are closest to Oquirrh Elementary School, Joel P. Jensen Middle School and West Jordan High School. Oquirrh Elementary students are known as the "Mountain Men." The student body is comprised of about 800 students. The Panthers of Joel P. Jensen has a number of honors and Advanced Placement courses for those students that meet the criteria of entry. The West Jordan High Jaguars boast five cluster programs for special needs students and a 95 percent graduation rate.
Any residents looking to expand their education beyond high school can take advantage of the local Salt Lake Community College campus and Broadview University, both of which are in West Jordan. Salt Lake City also offers dozens of other options for higher education.
The Bangerter Highway, State Route 154 runs directly through Jordan Meadows. This will take you to Interstate 15, the main highway that connects the surrounding suburbs to downtown Salt Lake City.
For those who prefer mass transit, there are a couple of reasonable options. The Utah Transit Authority operates over 100 bus lines which allow simple connection to TRAX. The TRAX light rail line serves the area with six stops throughout the city of West Jordan.